Dating all the way back to 1750 and 1784, this charming building complex represents some of the oldest buildings in Copenhagen. The property comprises two mixed- use residential/commercial buildings, with an even mix of commercial and residential units. Five of the residential units have been comprehensively modernised.
The property is located in the heart of Copenhagen, in close proximity to the central squares of Nytorv and the City Hall square (Rådhuspladsen). The property benefits from easy access to public transport with only 400 metres to the nearest metro station at Gammel Strand.
This part of Copenhagen has shops, cafés, restaurants, etc. in abundance. The pedestrian part of the Copenhagen high street, Strøget, runs a few hundred metres from the property.